7th Forum On China Pakistan Technological Cooperation Held At BTBU
The Pakistan Study Center at BTBU hosted the 7th forum on China-Pakistan scientific, technological, and economic cooperation as part of the Belt and Road Initiative.
The Pakistan Study Center at Beijing Technology and Business University (BTBU) hosted the 7th forum on China-Pakistan scientific, technological, and economic cooperation as part of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). It was reported on Thursday that China-Pakistan scientific, technological, and economic cooperation has continuously injected fresh opportunity into the closer China-Pakistan community of a shared future. In his welcoming speech, Liu Minhua, Vice President of BTBU, stated that the university places a high value on collaboration with Pakistani universities, scientific and technological organizations, and other institutions, and that the university will continue to promote exchanges between China and Pakistan in various fields.
“BTBU will take the initiative to serve Chinese high-level opening-up, deeply integrate into the construction of the Beijing centre for international exchanges, release think tank achievements, build cultural parks, expand people-to-people exchanges, and deepen international cooperation,” he said. Prof. Wang Qinlin, Counsel (Director General Level), International Cooperation Department, China Association for Science and Technology (CAST), stated that China and Pakistan are all-weather strategic cooperative partners. CAST will carry out the spirit of the two leaders’ meeting with concrete actions and will continue to work for the establishment of a China-Pakistan community with a shared future.
The formal institutional mechanism for existing science, technology, and economic cooperation between the two countries was presented by Khan Muhammad Wazir, Deputy Scientific Advisor (International Liaison), Ministry of Science and Technology, Pakistan. According to Prof. Tian Wen of the Beijing Association for Science and Technology (BAST), BAST actively promotes BRI science and technology people-to-people exchanges, as well as dialogue and cooperation among science and technology organisations.
Beijing Technology and Business University (BTBU), founded in 1950 as one of the first universities in the People’s Republic of China, has a long history of excellence in China. BTBU is characterized by a particularly close relationship to business, thus creating a learning environment with a personal development potential.
Originally published at Daily Times